Travel Blogs from Geiranger, Norway

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The Hurtigruten (Day 4) - Rainbows and waterfalls, Geiranger, Norway travel blog

The Hurtigruten (Day 4) - Rainbows and waterfalls

A travel blog entry by chronometers

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... to see some of the buildings and take a quick run to a lookout point overlooking the port. From Alesund, we entered the Geiranger Fjord, a Unesco World Heritage site and commonly agreed to be the most beautiful fjord in Norway. The fjord is typically ...

Lucky Spike, Geiranger, Norway travel blog

Lucky Spike

A travel blog entry by jennykelly

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... but not cold. We're wondering how long this great weather can last, even the locals say it's unseasonal. The drive to Geiranger was another joy for us. The fjord between the huge great mountains is very deep and can accommodate the largest cruise ...

A Cruise and a Glacier, Geiranger Fjords, Norway travel blog

A Cruise and a Glacier

A travel blog entry by jag

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... world here. Had my first shower in 8 days! Had a reasonable sleep in the next morning before we took a magical cruise down the Geiranger Fjords. The trip cost 70nkr and lasted an hour and a half, but it seemed to go much quicker due to the fact ...

Naar Vikhammer via de Trollstigen, Geiranger, Norway travel blog

Naar Vikhammer via de Trollstigen

A travel blog entry by amberenrutger

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... deze nat inpakken (wat nog vaker moest tijdens deze reis). We hadden voor deze dag weer een lange rit gepland staan, van Geiranger naar Vikhammer. Dit was ongeveer 400 km rijden (5,5 uur), maar we hebben lekker rustig gereden.   Na een paar uur ...

Path of the Trolls, Geiranger, Norway travel blog

Path of the Trolls

A travel blog entry by ka.duncan

Had an excursion today up to the Eagles Road for views of Geiranger Fjord. It was very beautiful. The reflections in the Fjords are amazing. Then we went across to Norddalsfjord to the 'Path of the Trolls'-Trollstigen. The road is one big long zig-zag ...

Tour zum Geirangerfjord, Geiranger, Norway travel blog

Tour zum Geirangerfjord

A travel blog entry by anne-i-norge

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... Am nächsten Tag sind wir dann samt Auto um elf mit der Fähre nach Hellesylt abgefahren und konnten so den Geiranger Fjord von der Wasserseite genießen. Er steht übrigens auf der Liste des Weltkulturerbes, verständlicherweise. Wunderschöne Bilder und ...

Fjords, Geiranger, Norway travel blog

Fjords

A travel blog entry by sanvirmaharaj

Unfortunately I'm not a morning person and I miss the journey to the end of the fjord. I will have to be up early on the next voyage here. Work and training keep me busy. Weathers bad so I dont ...

Norway Truely is Beautiful, Geiranger, Norway travel blog

Norway Truely is Beautiful

A travel blog entry by ka.duncan

This morning in Leikanger we had an excursion to Sognefjord Mountain Farm run by a woman and her children. Sadly her husband who also ran the farm had passed away last year so they were running it on their own. Met her brother first who showed us some of ...

Hurtigruten-Tour: 1. Tag Geirangerfjord, Geiranger, Norway travel blog

Hurtigruten-Tour: 1. Tag Geirangerfjord

A travel blog entry by patricia.eifler

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Ich war ja gespannt was mich so auf der Schiffstour erwartet und ich wurde schon am ersten Tag nicht enttäuscht. Nach Stopps in Torvik und Älesund ging es südwärts zu den Fjorden Stor und Sunnylvs um letztendlich die Attraktion den Geirangerfjord zu ...

The Golden Route, Geiranger, Norway travel blog

The Golden Route

A travel blog entry by gustn

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Geiranger, Geiranger, Norway travel blog

Geiranger

A travel blog entry by lizallen

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Geiranger is a spectacular fjord. We had beautiful views of the fjord and the cruise ship from the top of Mount Dalnissa though the temperature was considerably cooler up ...

Gorgeous Geiranger, Geiranger, Norway travel blog

Gorgeous Geiranger

A travel blog entry by janelle-daniel

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... other tourists. First stop at this point was the Eagle Road with many hairpin bends that took us to a lovely lookout over the ship, Geiranger town and the famous 'Seven Sisters' waterfall (15 minute break only, lucky for us as i was busting for the loo, ...

Geiranger Fjord day trip, Geiranger, Norway travel blog

Geiranger Fjord day trip

A travel blog entry by marksadventures

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Today we had an early start - breakfast at 6am for a 6:45 departure for our day trip to Geiranger Fjord. This was a very scenic day, but I'll try not to bore you with too many scenic photos! They really do not compare to seeing the views in the flesh. We ...

Waterfalls of Geirangerfjord, Geiranger, Norway travel blog

Waterfalls of Geirangerfjord

A travel blog entry by ambough

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After a quick stop at once was the ancient Viking port of Hellesylt, we continued to the tiny town of Geiranger, population 400. To say our cruise ship of 3,000 passengers & crew overwhelmed the town is an understatement. High above the town at ...

Amazing scenery, Geiranger, Norway travel blog

Amazing scenery

A travel blog entry by jcastellan

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... , at one stage we were held us as Mercedes were doing a commercial on part of the road. The scenery was spectacular! We arrived at Geiranger for our ferry ride of the fjord. The fjord was 20 kms long and 200 metres deep. The ride went for just over an ...

Strawberries and Trollstigen, Geiranger, Norway travel blog

Strawberries and Trollstigen

A travel blog entry by ricochet

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... or JD anytime. We took photos of Trollstigen from the bottom before heading to a restaurant for lunch. Our decend down Geiranger was through numerous signature hairpin turns. We reached Geiranger in the afternoon and lady luck shone on us. Our ...

Stunning Norway - Part I, Geiranger, Norway travel blog

Stunning Norway - Part I

A travel blog entry by heathalessleofo

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I lack the words to adequately express the awe-inspiring beauty of Norway. Though "awe-inspiring" is a good start.  We certainly left the best for last and nothing I have seen in our ten month journey comes close to it.  The first few days were ...

Geiranger, Geiranger, Norway travel blog

Geiranger

A travel blog entry by jiriz

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I wake up early and the ship is creeping quietly through the fjord. We have green walls on both sides reaching, maybe, 1000 feet up.  Waterfalls like silver ribbons are snaking down the slopes every few hundred yards.  I have booked ...

Day 14 -  Norway in a nutshell (extended), Hellesylt, Norway travel blog

Day 14 - Norway in a nutshell (extended)

A travel blog entry by sydandval

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... Fjord (using a ferry to get across to the other side of a fjord). Then the bus took the "Eagles Way" descent into Geiranger - another spectacular descent into the famous fjord. After a quick scavenge for some food we decided to continue the fine day with ...

The Golden Route to Geiranger, Geiranger, Norway travel blog

The Golden Route to Geiranger

A travel blog entry by shaney

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Fjord Country, Geiranger, Norway travel blog

Fjord Country

A travel blog entry by ianandjen

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 Friday 15 June 2012 – Lillehammer to Geiranger It was a short trip to Geiranger which is north west of Lillehammer. It was mostly through the country side which is widely documented by Ibsen, was a major 19th-century Norwegian playwright, ...

Snow and Trolls everywhere, Geiranger, Norway travel blog

Snow and Trolls everywhere

A travel blog entry by ianandjen

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Saturday 16 June 2012 – Geiranger Today we took the bus up to the top of the mountain along the Trolls Roads – it was such a wonderful ride up there. The snow-capped mountains are breathtaking.  It amazed us that the bus could make the ...

Its not Rainin, Geiranger, Norway travel blog

Its not Rainin

A travel blog entry by crossin_oceans

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Its not Rainin!!! oh my, this place has out done itself... we are in the middle of one of the most beautiful fyords in the world... tied or close to toppin Alaska!!! We needed to take the tender (boats) to shore for this stop, once here we took a tour ...

Trip to the Westcoast: Geiranger, Geiranger, Norway travel blog

Trip to the Westcoast: Geiranger

A travel blog entry by dreamchaser

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... morning, we could see the first fjords. Our trip took us over the well-known trollstigen to Valdal, and from there to Geiranger. See the pictures to get an idea of this wonderful lanscape!!! And on top of the mountain Dalsnibba next to the Geirangerfjord ...

Sailing the Fjords, Geiranger, Norway travel blog

Sailing the Fjords

A travel blog entry by b-h-ontour

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... with our coffee.  When we threw back the curtains, we were already moored in the middle of this gorgeous fjord at Geiranger.  Sheer granite with snow on top, the melting ice cumulating into the exciting rush of waterfalls and their paradoxically ...

Geirangerfjorden, Geiranger, Norway travel blog

Geirangerfjorden

A travel blog entry by lsteen

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Geiranger fjord is a World Heritage site and is one of Norway's most beautiful fjords. Today our ferry cruised the fjord from the town of Alesund to the town of Geiranger and back again so we were able to enjoy the spectacular scenery twice. I cannot ...

The Great Fjord During Sunset, Geiranger, Norway travel blog

The Great Fjord During Sunset

A travel blog entry by tilfjellsogford

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... all the way to Valldal.  We took a ferry to Eidstal.  We went through rural roads until we  met the sunset at Geiranger Fjord. We took the drive alongside the fjord until we saw a lovely town of Geiranger, so cozy that I want to stay there ...

Tour Buses Everywhere, Geiranger, Norway travel blog

Tour Buses Everywhere

A travel blog entry by lilygurl00014

... I hate tour buses!!! We decided to skip the view point because of the mess and continued down the mountain into the famous Geiranger fjord. After checking into our hotel we found our room to be excellent. Our wall facing the fjord was all windows and had ...

Oct 30, 2012, Geiranger, Norway travel blog

Oct 30, 2012

A travel blog entry by vitormello

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Wonders of Geiranger, Geiranger, Norway travel blog

Wonders of Geiranger

A travel blog entry by friesendm

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... was Dalsnibba, a mountain rising 5000 feet above the surface of the fjords (sea level), and offering amazing views down to Geiranger Fjord when weather allows. Today, weather did not allow, but we were treated instead to a spectacle of summer snow. As ...

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